Grace by Jennifer Hanks

 

 

Title: Grace
Series: The Dimarco Series #6
Author: Jennifer Hanks
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: June 20, 2019

Blurb
One. Chance. Encounter.
That’s all it should have been. 
Angry, cold and intimidating is a bad combination for any man, but for Tyler Morgan who has lost everything, it’s who he’s become.
And all he wants is to be left alone.
Until bad decisions and a tragedy bring a woman into his life who refuses to let him be alone any longer.  A woman who’s capable of looking beyond the hard shell and the cold encounters to the man beneath.  A woman determined to teach him how to live again after he’s lost the most important things in his life.
Grace Dimarco has a secret.
Growing up with seven older brothers has always made her feel it’s her against them, with no one in her corner, and no one who understands her need to become her own
person.
Until she meets a man who encourages her to be the woman she needs to be.  A man whose sheer size is intimidating to most, but comforting to her.  A man who
will take on anyone in her defense.
Including her brothers.
But someone knows Grace’s secret and is using it to his advantage.  Someone who’s forcing her to face her own fears.  Someone who will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
What he wants is Grace Dimarco.
But Tyler Morgan isn’t willing to lose the woman who saved him.
And he will do whatever it takes to protect her.

My review:

I have been wanting to read this book since the brief hospital scene occurred in a previous book. I was intrigued and just knew there was a story with Grace and Tyler and that her brothers would make things difficult for them. But this was so much better than I anticipated! Tyler is a gentle giant who avoids confrontation until he is forced into it, but his size and reputation on the field make everyone assume the worst about him. Grace, sweet soul that she is, sees past that and embraces the side of himself that Tyler tries to hide. When his world is upended she is the only one in his corner and she brings her entire family into his life. Likewise, when Grace’s seven brothers talk over her and treat her like a child who cannot make her own decisions, Tyler is there to get them to stop and listen to her and back Grace up when she’s used to fighting her battles against her family on her own.

Every DiMarco book is like catching up with old friends. While they are all standalone stories, the eight siblings are so involved in each others’ lives that no one story is 100% finished. We get new babies and new friends with each addition to this series. And Jack and Anna DiMarco are goals.

I loved how Tyler was able to stop the brothers’ chaos when they needed to stop and focus as a unit on their sister to keep her safe. And Sophie and Seth just stole my heart. I was Seth as a child and I loved how the little family that came about helped him to bloom. But Grace and Tyler balance each other out so well and are so very good together. Their book didn’t just live up to my expectations but surpassed them. I was sad that it ended.

Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

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Author Bio
Jennifer
Hanks
is the author
of The Dimarco Series as well as The Elite Securities Series. Her stories are
contemporary romance and romantic suspense, all with the underlying message of
the power and strength in love. She’s also a sucker for a Happily-Ever-After.
Her love of reading and books in general started at a very young age and has
steadily grown into a love of writing as well. She admits to being addicted to
all things romance and has no plans of quitting her habit. Jennifer lives in
Pennsylvania with her two children. When she’s not reading or writing, she can
be found with her kids at their various activities. Her house is frequently
filled with any combination of her children’s friends, nieces, nephews and a
variety of pets.
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Blog Tour: Parental Guidance by Avery Flynn

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“A fantastically fun, HOT love story.” – Kendall Ryan, New York Times bestselling author

Parental Guidance, an all-new, sexy and laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Avery Flynn, is available now!

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All I want is to play hockey on the Ice Knights, instead, I’m in a viral video for all the wrong reasons and my mom—yes, my mom—has taken over my dating apps. Then, when I think it can’t get any worse, the fates deliver Zara Ambrose, a five-feet-nothing redhead with more freckles than inches and who’d rather be anywhere other than on a date with me.

Now a bet with her friends and my PR nightmare have us both stuck in this go-on-five-dates-with-the-same-person hell situation. But if we band together, we can get the whole thing over with and go on with our lives. It’s perfect! No feelings. No future. No fuc— *ahem* fun. No naked fun.

What could go wrong? Nothing—as long as I remember the rules. Don’t notice the way she looks in a dress. Don’t react when she does that little shivery sigh thing whenever we touch. Don’t think about the fact that she’s never had a toe-curling orgasm that wasn’t self-delivered and just how badly I want to change that.

Five dates—that’s it—and then we go our separate ways. At least, that was the plan.

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“So why are you on Bramble?”

She took another small bite from her roll before answering. “My best friend is blackmailing me, and my dad wants a SAG card.”

That was definitely not the answer he’d been expecting. “And I thought my reasoning was twisted.”

“I’m sure it all makes sense in Gemma’s head,” Zara said. “She thinks I work too much and need to loosen up. She’ll let me be her plus-one to go meet a collector if I do the Bramble five dates thing. And my dad? Well, let’s just say he’s never met an unlikely plan he didn’t think he could pull off.”

All the possibilities this created sped around inside his head until one broke free like a perfect fast break late in the third period when the game was on the line. All he had to do was put the biscuit in the net.

“So neither of us really wants to be here,” he said. “We’re each other’s solution to getting back to our regular lives as soon as possible.”

It was fucking perfect. Petrov’s job with the team would be safe for another season—well, as safe as he could be, considering he didn’t have a no-trade deal in his contract.

Zara, though, didn’t seem to be seeing the genius of it, going by the suspicious look she gave him as she took another bite of her roll. Instead of giving him a straight-up no, though, she started eating. The words—okay, begging pleas—were bubbling up inside him but for once, he kept it in lockdown. He wasn’t about to rush this play, no matter how it had every nerve in his body jinglejangling.

Finally, she used her napkin to wipe the corners of her mouth, straightened her spine, and looked him dead in the eye. “We’d have to have ground rules.”

“Sure. Whatever you want.” Ice Knights season tickets? He’d make that happen. A photo op with her dad’s favorite player? Done. Whatever it took, he’d do it.

“This isn’t a real or fake relationship, it’s a temporary alliance,” she said without an ounce of humor in her tone. “I’m not pretending to be your girlfriend or the random chick you’re banging this week.”

“Agreed.” All of that sounded like it would cause more problems than it would solve anyway. “I’ve got a condition. Dressing up is not required. I’m not putting on a suit.”

The best thing about the off-season was not having to strangle himself with a tie multiple times a week just for a bus ride to the rink or a plane trip to another city. Coach Peppers was old-fashioned about doing things the original way.

“Fine.” Zara held up three fingers. “The third stipulation is that I’m not putting on a good attitude. If it’s been a crappy day, I don’t have to pretend to be a manic pixie dream girl.”

He snorted. “No one who’s met you would believe that. You’re a little salty.” That was putting it mildly based on her attitude when she showed up for their date.

“I have my reasons.” She added another finger, so she was holding up four. “Oh, and no making love. Sex?” She paused and looked him over quickly. “Maybe. Emotional, heartfelt, staring-each-other-in-the-eyes making love? Not gonna happen. No offense, but you’re not my type.”

What the hell? Not her type? He was a professional athlete making millions. He’d been led to believe he was everyone’s type.

“Not a problem, since I don’t think we could see eye to eye while having sex unless you magically grew a foot,” he said.

“You’re not into being creative?” Zara rolled her eyes. “I guess that’s expected for someone who has probably had women throwing themselves at him for years. You haven’t ever had to work for it.”

Caleb had no idea what to say to that. He’d been punched square in the face by the most feared goons in hockey and it hadn’t knocked him as senseless as this little five-foot-nothing of a snarky woman had done with a few choice words.

“I have one more rule,” she said, reaching for another roll. “Five dates and we’re done. Period. Do we have a deal?”

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USA Today bestselling romance author Avery Flynn has three slightly-wild children, loves a hockey-addicted husband and is desperately hoping someone invents the coffee IV drip.

She fell in love with romance while reading Johanna Lindsey’s Mallory books. It wasn’t long before Avery had read through all the romance offerings at her local library. Needing a romance fix, she turned to Harlequin’s four books a month home delivery service to ease the withdrawal symptoms. That worked for a short time, but it wasn’t long before the local book stores’ staff knew her by name.

Avery was a reader before she was a writer and hopes to always be both. She loves to write about smartass alpha heroes who are as good with a quip as they are with their *ahem* other God-given talents. Her heroines are feisty, fierce and fantastic. Brainy and brave, these ladies know how to stand on their own two feet and knock the bad guys off theirs.

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The Woman In Our House by Andrew Hart

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What happens when you open your home to the perfect stranger?

Anna Klein is ready to return to work as a literary agent for the first time since having children. She and her husband, Josh, decide to hire a live-in nanny with some trepidation, but all their misgivings disappear as soon as they meet Oaklynn Durst. She has stellar references, a calm disposition, and a natural way with children. Not to mention their kids simply adore her.

But not long after Oaklynn arrives, the children start to come down with the most puzzling illnesses and inexplicable injuries. When the maternal Oaklynn is there to comfort everyone, Anna can’t help feeling a little eclipsed. And suspicious. Her husband and friends assure her that her anxieties are getting the best of her—Oaklynn is perfect. But Anna’s not so sure…

As she delves into Oaklynn’s past, she discovers too late that the woman who has been living in her house is not at all who she claims to be. But Oaklynn’s not the only one who has been lying. And when everyone’s dark secrets are forced into the light, the consequences may just turn deadly.

My review:

This book was not easy to get into at first, partly because I have to be in the mood for a thriller and I just wasn’t. I did eventually get engrossed in the story and wanted to see what happened next.

I’m still not completely sure how I feel about the book, however. On the surface, I enjoyed it and the climax was not what I expected. But digesting it after, a lot doesn’t hold up. The ending just absolutely does not make sense. The descriptions of all characters, except Oaklynn, are superficial and I struggled with anything more than a superficial connection to the characters. The creepy factor was there for sure, but there were also times reading Oaklynn’s point of view that were just so off they jarred me out of the story.

This is a book with a lot of action, but requires quite a bit of suspension of disbelief. I really enjoyed Mr Hart’s book Lies That Bind Us, but this one just didn’t compare.

Rating: ♥♥♥ 1/2

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61KGQGRREWL._SY200_Andrew Hart is one of the pseudonyms of New York Times bestselling and award-winning author A. J. Hartley. His sixteen novels straddle multiple genres for adults and younger readers and have been translated into dozens of languages worldwide. As Andrew James Hartley, he is also the Robinson Professor of Shakespeare Studies at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. His website is www.ajhartley.net.

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The Lemon Sisters by Jill Shalvis

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The New York Times bestselling author of Rainy Day Friends and Lost and Found Sisters returns to Wildstone, California, where two completely opposite sisters—who are still nursing wounds from the past—realize they need each other more than they think.

The Lemon Sisters, an all-new standalone contemporary romance by Jill Shalvis is LIVE!

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When Brooke’s older sister, Mindy, shows up at her door with her three kids in tow, she barely recognizes her sibling who looks like she’s on the verge of a total breakdown. While adventurous, wanderlust Brooke was always the problem child, eager to slip free of Wildstone and its small-town constraints, Mindy was the golden child, who never had a hair out of place or a GPA below 4.0. The Mindy that arrives at Brooke’s apartment however, is a far cry from the ever-perfect doctor’s wife.

Brooke’s further stunned when Mindy asks to trade places with her for a few days so she can pick up her pieces and put herself back together. What Mindy doesn’t realize is that Brooke is just as broken. Her sister needs her though, so Brooke takes the kids and returns to Wildstone.

But how does one go home after seven years away and what feels like a lifetime of secrets? It doesn’t take long for Brooke to come face-to-face with her past, in the form of one tall, dark, sexy mistake. But Garrett’s no longer interested, or so he says. Only his words don’t match his actions, leaving Brooke feeling things she long ago shoved deep.

The sisters begin to wonder if the childhood taunts were true, are they lemons in life? In love? True or not, they know one thing—you can’t run far enough to outpace your demons. And when long-dead secrets surface, they’ll have to overcome their differences and learn that sometimes the one person who can help you the most is the one you never thought to ask.

My review:

I love this one so much.

The Lemon Sisters is really three stories told seamlessly in one. Brooke is single, living in LA and working for a travel network. Her sister Mindy is the opposite: married to her high school sweetheart who is now a doctor, stay at home mom to three kids. When she shows up at Brooke’s house in crisis, Brooke takes the kids for a couple days to give Mindy time to sleep and recuperate, but instead of her original plan of Disneyland ends up taking them home, where she hasn’t been for seven years. We get Brooke’s story and her relationship with the one she left in Wildstone, Mindy’s story and her marriage with Linc, and then Brooke and Mindy themselves, both wanting the closeness they shared in the past but neither knowing how to get there.  There is so much unexpected wisdom in these pages, along with tears and a lot of laughter. Throw in three rambunctious kids, “cute little soul-suckers” as their father terms it, return of a father who abandoned his family, a turtle with a balloon, and three cats who rule their home, and you have a touching, poignant story of hope, love, loss, and what it means to be family.

Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

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Holding Out For Paris by Gabrielle Ashton

 

Title: Holding Out For Paris
Series: Holding Out #1
Author: Gabrielle Ashton
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: June 13, 2019
Blurb
Picture this: You pack your bags. Move to Paris. Fall in love.
A dream, right?
Wrong.
Especially when you find out your Mr. Right is actually married. With kids. Don’t even
mention the white picket fence.
Heartbroken in the City of Love, the last person Elizabeth Hastings expects to lend her a shoulder to cry on is her brother’s best friend…Spencer Tate is opening up his first gym in London when a frantic call from his best friend sends him to Paris to check on Sebastian’s baby sister.

If he’s lucky he can stop in for a minute and be back in London the next day. Easy
peasy.
Except the dorky bookworm he remembers is now all grown up, with dangerous curves, lips just made for kissing and eyes he could get lost in…
Spencer. Is. Screwed.

My review:

This is the typical brother’s best friend/best friend’s sister book. Guy doesn’t want to break Bro Code. Girl doesn’t want her brother mad. So they don’t tell him. Brilliant plan *eyeroll*.

Honestly, most of the book is actually pretty good, if a little dependent on romance novel cliches. But here is one scene in the last half where Lizzie really loses me. Luckily she realizes what she is potentially doing and doesn’t do the thing (so vague, I know, but more info would be spoilery). And this is the only thing I didn’t like about the book.

What did I like? I liked how Spencer jumped right in and took care of Lizzie when she needed it -even when she didn’t realize she needed it. I loved that he called his sister for advice on what to do for Lizzie. I liked that they really “got” each other. Their chemistry was off the charts. And I loved Lizzie’s friend Sophia.

Rating: ♥♥♥♥

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Excerpt
Chapter One
Lizzie
Elizabeth Hastings was wearing a trench coat,
black pumps, and nothing else.
She’d never done this before. She wasn’t
usually the sort of girl to go out of her way to impress a guy—she’d never had
anyone worth the effort before. But boy, was Amaury worth the effort. At least
that’s what she told herself every single, terrifying moment there was a bump
or quick turn on the metro that threatened to send her toppling forward, giving
her fellow passengers a more intimate glimpse than any stranger on public transport
should ever see.
When you don’t have a car, Versailles is
actually quite difficult to get to from Paris. For Lizzie, at least. She’d
never had to worry too much about public transport where she grew up, and to be
honest, thanks to her generous trust fund, shouldn’t really have to bother with
it here. But when she’d moved to Paris, she had wanted the starving-artist
experience. There was no way she could write a masterpiece of the likes of
Hemingway or Fitzgerald if she was living it up like some sort of luxury travel
blogger. She needed to live a Paris city life in all its glory, inconveniences
included.
That is how she found herself on a one-hour,
two-train journey from central Paris to a quiet street on the outskirts of
Versailles, praying that an errant wind didn’t put her ass on display to Metro
Line 4.
She took a deep, nervous breath as she exited
the train, holding a little box with his favorite pastries from that shop he
loved in Montparnasse. She turned her mind to Amaury to ease her nerves during
the walk from the station. It was six months since their first date, six months
since he’d swept her off her feet and made her move to Paris unforgettable.
With olive skin that made him look permanently
sun-kissed and those striking gray eyes, he was one of the most gorgeous men
she had ever seen, with a French accent thrown in for good measure.
She sighed and couldn’t help but smile to
herself when she eventually reached his street. Whenever she thought of him,
she felt a rush of pure warmth flood her system. He was exactly what she’d
fantasized about when she dreamed of finding love in Paris… Older, commanding,
mysterious. And so sexy. So unapologetically French.
She glanced up and fidgeted with the belt on
her jacket when she reached the picket fence outside his house. They didn’t
usually meet up here. Amaury was a successful lawyer and based in Paris, so
he’d bought a little apartment there for when he didn’t feel like commuting,
which was most of the time. He preferred the city; he thought it was so
romantic. Lizzie agreed. That’s why they always spent the night there when they
saw each other. The only time she’d been to his house in Versailles was once,
after a spontaneous message, instructing her to pack a bag and set aside a
weekend… But even then he’d only popped into the house to grab a few things for
himself and then they drove off toward the wineries in the south.
He didn’t know she was coming here today, of
course. That was the point of a surprise. But she knew he was here this
morning; he always was on Sundays. Anyway, she didn’t think he’d mind; she was
doing something special for him and it was their anniversary, for crying out
loud.
Well, their six-month anniversary. And the
anniversary of their first date, not the moment they’d decided to commit to one
another. Not that there had actually been
a moment like that; they’d never had “the talk”—they didn’t need to. It was
obvious from the moment he told her he loved her, and that he’d never met a
woman as captivating, as magnifique,
as her. Lizzie wasn’t exactly lacking in self-confidence; she didn’t need the
poor man to spell out the words be my
girlfriend
for her to validate their relationship. She could be mature
about it all.
“Enough stalling,” she berated herself in a half-whisper,
strutting forward through the gate. “Just do it.”
She shook her head, fluffed out her thick, dark
hair a bit, then walked up to the door and pressed the bell. Lizzie fidgeted
and rocked on her heels; she must have switched positions five times in an
attempt to somehow land on one that was casual yet sexy. She would be content
to find a position that halfway achieved that.
“Delivery for Ama—” she began but abruptly
stopped as the door swung fully open.
Voulez-vous
parler avec Papa?”
a small, pajama-clad boy piped up, standing at the
threshold. He looked about six years old, with a tuft of dark brown hair and
piercing gray eyes that looked just Amaury’s.
“Hello? Can I help you?” a blonde with features
so flawless, her face looked like it had been sculpted by freaking angels,
asked in heavily accented English as she joined the boy.
“I…Um…” Lizzie could barely speak, could barely
see. “I think I have the wrong—”
Qui-est-ce?
She knew the voice that asked, “Who is it?” in French. It was Amaury’s. But
that couldn’t be right. He lived alone. This couldn’t be his house. She must
have confused it with a neighbor. Lizzie took a step back and glanced toward
the house next door. It didn’t look like Amaury’s. Maybe his neighbors were
just visiting his place?
“She looks like a lost tourist looking for the
palace. I’ll help her out. Why don’t you go put Nicolas to bed?” Amaury’s voice
rapidly fired off in French, cutting through Lizzie’s haze. He deftly stepped
in front of the woman and child then closed the door behind him.
His hand was still on the handle. On his ring
finger was a gold band she’d never seen before.
She blinked a few times, but it didn’t move.
“What are you doing here?” Amaury demanded.
She’d never heard his voice so hard.
“It’s our anniversary,” she said, still not
quite believing this was really happening. She hoped he didn’t hear the tremble
in her voice.
“Anniversary? What?” Amaury stepped forward and
his long, elegant hands grabbed onto her shoulders. “What were you thinking,
showing up here? If my wife found out—”
That snapped her out of it. She gasped as she
pushed him away. “Your wife? Your
wife! You didn’t think that was an important thing to mention to your girlfriend?”
Amaury laughed. It wasn’t a nice sound.
“Girlfriend? You think you’re my girlfriend, cherie?” He laughed harder. “Oh, Americans.”
Her eyes stung, and Amaury’s beautiful face
blurred. She felt sick. Ruined. He had a family? What the fuck? She was a mistress? The other woman? Lizzie gulped
down the acid that rose in her throat. This couldn’t be happening.
“You said you loved me. You said I captivated
you.”
Amaury cut her off. “A man will say a lot of
things to get a woman in bed.” He laughed some more. “Did you think you were
the only one I fucked in that apartment?”
She didn’t respond. She couldn’t get the words
out. They stuck in her throat, choking her.
Amaury turned back to the door. Apparently, he
was finished with her. With his hand still on the brass handle, he glanced back
over his shoulder at her.
“Come here again and I will have a restraining
order filed against you.”
Well, then. That relationship was well and
truly over.
Author Bio

 

Gabrielle
Ashton is a contemporary romance author, and self-confessed book addict. She
loves to read anything from contemporary, to paranormal, to historical: you
publish it, Gabrielle will read it!
When she’s
not writing about her favorite romance tropes in gorgeously exotic locations,
Gabrielle studies law and also works as a television producer. On any given day
she wakes up at three in the morning for work, fits in a few classes at
university then comes home and writes.
Gabrielle
grew up in Australia, has lived in Paris, and now resides in Sydney with her
boyfriend, two dogs and cat. Although, said boyfriend is making a strong case
for a pet bird.
 
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Dirty Irish by Magan Vernon

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My life has revolved around the two things I’ve always loved: whiskey and rugby. Now the marriage clause in my Da’s will has me putting both on the back burner if I want to save the Murphy’s Pub empire and find a wife.

As the last brother to get married, I need a little help, and that’s where my sister-in-law’s American best friend, Leah, comes into the picture. She could use a little Irish luck after the deceitful things her ex did to her that brought her to Ireland. With her take-no-shite-attitude, she’s just the type of girl to help me find a wife.

That is, if I can remember she’s the matchmaker and not the match.

Each book in the Murphy Brothers series is STANDALONE:
* Straight Up Irish
* Irish on the Rocks
* Dirty Irish

My review:

All Sean wants to do is play rugby. His two brothers are in charge of the family business and love it, but business just isn’t his thing. Unfortunately, their father’s will states that all three of them must be married or none of them will inherit the business. Sean needs to find a wife ASAP. He hires Leah, best friend of his sister in law that he’s been friendly with since her at his brother’s wedding, to be his assistant and matchmaker.

These two made me laugh so much. Leah is a strong, independent woman getting over the loss of her boyfriend and dream business. She doesn’t put up with any of Sean’s nonsense. They balance each other so well. I really enjoyed this book.

Rating: ♥♥♥♥

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41Y6B5Gu4wL._SY200_Magan Vernon has been living off of reader tears since she wrote her first short story in 2004. She now spends her time killing off fictional characters, pretending to plot while she really just watches Netflix, and she tries to do this all while her two young children run amok around her Texas ranch.

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Preorder Alert: Then There Was You Anthology

 

 

Title: Then There Was You:

A Single Parent Collection

Authors: Various

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: August 13, 2019
Blurb
Sexy Single Dads. Strong Single Moms. 
With
stories from 14 unbelievably talented authors:
Alex
Grayson
Angel Devlin
Anna Brooks
Dani René
Esther E.
Schmidt 
Evan Grace
Freya
Barker
Gianna
Gabriela
HL Nighbor
Heather Lyn
Kally Ash
Kathy
Coopmans
L.A. Cotton
Lauren
Dawes

 

Read on for a taste of the stories you’ll find within!

Back to Life by Dani René
Both having been heartbroken in very different ways, Kayla and Caleb find themselves in a very unlikely situation where they can’t deny the electricity coursing between them. Can love really bring them back to life?

Boss of Me by Angel Devlin

Single dad Jude’s icy exterior keeps women at a safe distance; but fiery Pippa could be about to start a thaw…
Chester by Esther E. Schmidt
Some issues cut deep; they are hard to face and even harder to find a solution for.
Fighting For Us by Heather Lyn
She rescued me when I didn’t even know I needed saving. But now lives are on the line, and we might lose our forever, before we even get the chance to start.
Heartbreaker by Anna Brooks
She was never supposed to happen, and her baby girl sure as hell wasn’t part of my
plans.

Hunter by Lauren Dawes

A mate’s death. A rogue wolf. A new life.
Just Because of You by Gianna Gabriela
He broke me. I left. He stayed. Now I’m back.  
Resisting Rayne by HL Nighbor
Their worlds collide and an unlikely friendship forms, but will they continue to
fight the pull for something more or give into the pull and take a chance at
love?  
Riddick by Kathy Coopmans
Do you believe in heaven on earth? I did until one day, she vanished.
Ripple Effect by Evan Grace
One night changed everything. 
Tempt Me by Kally Ash
Temptation comes in many forms. Can Gianna or Max resist?
When Hope Ends (Life Begins) by Freya Barker
It’s the best day of his life–the worst of hers–when one moment in time leaves their
paths unavoidably connected by the single heart beating between them. 
Whispered Prayers of a Girl by Alex Grayson
A lonely man, a widowed woman, a carefree boy, and a broken girl… Can the four come together and help heal each other?
Wicked Truths by L. A. Cotton
The truth won’t fix anything… it’ll only hurt more. Won’t it?
THEN THERE WAS YOU features single parents who weren’t looking–didn’t need anyone–until the right someone came along. Experience the highs and lows of parenthood, love lost and gained, and new beginnings with this collection of stories. They’re sure to leave you with a full heart and a smile on your face. 
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